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[movies]Seasonal Sea Ice Breakup Near the Ross Ice Shelf: Image of the Day - NASA -- Image courtesy Jacques Descloitres, modis-land.gsfc.nasa.gov/ MODIS Land Rapid Response Team at NASA GSFC
This true-color scene is situated along Antarctica's Scott Coastline (toward the west, or lefthand side, of the image), looking out toward the Ross Sea (eastward, or toward the right). Near the top of the image, the Drygalski Ice Tongue juts eastward roughly 80 km (50 miles) out from the coast. Just below this ice tongue is a cluster of large icebergs surrounded by a large bed of sea ice. The large, coke bottle-shaped iceberg toward the lower right was named B-15 by scientists; it captured the a...
Keywords: What -- Terra; What -- Snapshot; Where -- Ross Sea; Where -- Delaware
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[movies]Model Forecasts of the Tropical Pacific: Image of the Day - NASA -- Image and animation courtesy nsipp.gsfc.nasa.gov/ NASA Seasonal-to-Interannual Pediction Project
What will climate conditions around the world be like for the rest of this year? Some researchers are predicting an El Nino will arrive in the spring of 2002. The false-color image above represents a one-day snapshot of what conditions will be like on April 1, 2002, as predicted by a sophisticated NASA computer model. Developed by NASA's Seasonal-to-Interannual Prediction Program (NSIPP), this model actually links together three models in one--one each for geophysical dynamics within the atmosph...
Keywords: What -- Snapshot; Where -- Pacific Ocean; Where -- United States of America
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